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Drop in / Walking tour
Our event will focus on celebrating the rich heritage of Cody Dock, one of the last remaining brick-lined docks in London. Our one-day festival will provide exciting opportunities to explore the lesser-known history of the Lower Lea Valley
Thomas Randall-Page, 2022
On Sunday 17th September, we celebrate the historic takeover of Crystal Palace Park by the charitable, community-led Crystal Palace Park Trust. Join us for the Garden Party: a free festival of music, markets, makers and merriment!
Joseph Paxton, 1854
Meet the Architects Tour Hackney School of Food, Oswald Street, Lower Clapton, E5 0BT 9 September 1030-130pm Tour of our award-winning kitchen & gardens led by our architects, Surman Weston and the team behind our food education hub.
Surman Weston, 1970
Drop in / Guided tour
Studio Weave were commissioned to design an extension to the Grade-II listed Lea Bridge Library in East London, adding a cafe and adaptable community space – to deliver a revived civic heart for the Borough of Waltham Forest. This project is supported by the Mayor of London.
An architect-led tour of the recent public realm improvements. The tour will also provide a chance to look inside the tap rooms, scooter shop and winery and speak to the makers, brewers and winemakers on the estate about their processes.
We Made That, 2022
Amongst the RIBA Stirling Prize shortlist 2022 sits Mæ Architect's Sands End Arts & Community scheme in Fulham. The centre consists of a single-storey building comprising bright, airy and flexible event spaces and a community café.
Mae Architects, 2020
Guided tour / Workshop
Following three years of research and development, the ‘Made in Bermondsey’ people powered regeneration project was created and driven by passionate local community partners who truly care about the place where they live or their business. This project is supported by the Mayor of London.
Assemble + Hayatsu Architects, 2021
Grade II listed Town Hall clad in Portland Stone. The building incorporates Art Deco and Nordic Classicism styles, also being influenced by the work of local activist William Morris. Extensively refurbished in 2019 by Hawkins Brown.
P D Hepworth, 1937
architectural practice, garden, education, community/cultural
Feilden Fowles is situated within a walled garden on a discreet corner of Waterloo City Farm. Feilden Fowles designed the farm and its office and educational spaces, which is run by two charities: Jamie’s Farm and the Oasis Community Hub.
Feilden Fowles, 2016